Iris Van Herpen’s Capriole collection is inspired by contemporary architectural movements, compunded on a style that was influenced by her internship with ground-breaking designer Alexander McQueen. To achieve the highly sculptural effects in this collection, a technique mixing 3D printing with fabrics was employed. Notable in the bio-skeletalesque pieces, is the influence of renown Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
Marco Manev‘s take on minimalistic, iconographic representations of comic book heroes, with the added texturization of well-loved posters.
From one spot in NYC, and a radius of activity around it, Mark Edward Campos created a visualization of the sounds in the gyms, bars, clubs and parks that typify this small sampling of the city. While outdoor sounds are notably lacking, such as one might expect from parks, and the data sampling is narrow, it creates a lively pattern of aspects of life in the city.
A fun, vintage poster feel for “foodie” bands promo.
A little graphic guide for shoe aficionados.
Adopting the style of wayfinding systems, this humorous breakdown of Star Wars, Episode V includes some cameos by “guest stars,” such as the Michelin Man (chapter 23).
Design by Wayne Dorrington